Bite size: Curator’s Talk

Angela Cockayne and Photographer Raphaella Fearns

  • The Levinsky Gallery, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth

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Join Dr Sarah Chapman, Curator of the Mariner exhibition in The Levinsky Gallery for an insight into the inspiration behind the exhibition. Sarah will explore the reframing of Coleridge’s classic tale within a contemporary context, the work across disciplines with our artists and scientists, and will examine each of the artworks and new commissions.

*Please note* Tickets for this event are limited, we recommend booking in advance to guarantee your space.

Date: Wednesday 9 October
Time: 13:00 - 13:45
Venue: The Levinsky Gallery, Roland Levinsky Building
Free admission, booking is essential

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Mariner: a painted ship upon a painted ocean

Join us in The Levinsky Gallery from Monday 23 September–Saturday 16 November for a fascinating exhibition exploring the contemporary relevance of one of the most influential poems in the English language 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner', featuring a range of new commissions and selected artworks from international artists.

Investigating issues around ecology, the environment, immigration and displacement, this exhibition is accompanied by a thought-provoking programme of talks, film and poetry. 

Find out more about the Mariner

View the associated programme

Antarctica Raft of the Medusa. Courtesy Lucy + Jorge Orta

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